the Riley Motor Club of Australia
The Riley Motor Club of Australia was started in 1955, and well over 60 years later is still motoring along. Anyone with an interest in Rileys can join the Club. Other Riley Clubs are shown further down this page.
Visitors are always welcome and we usually meet on the first Tuesday of the month (but check first). Fine food is consumed, drinks are enjoyed and yes, there is even talk about Rileys. If you do not have a Riley yet, we have a guide for you on the ‘Help’ pages.
A bi-monthly magazine is posted out, as long as the Editor has enough interesting material.
An elected mixed management committee works on your behalf. The committee meets formally on the third Tuesday each month. The President usually chairs this meeting and minutes are kept. The Riley Gazette is the source of Riley lore for our members, but sometimes takes the road less traveled.You’d be right when you say there is not much news on new Rileys. The occasional false announcements out of BMW who own the marque aside, we don’t expect a new model. The character of our cars can’t be built today. The thrill of driving a an old cars is gone. They don’t even leak oil satisfactorily.
The button below shows a member and his restoration on a postwar car.
The committee is an experienced voluntary group, elected annually by members.Some of them have yet to use email on a regular basis (Too busy, one of those passing fads like having starter buttons inside a car instead of a crank handle..)
Keith Walker 0477 423 704Graham Gunn 0404 063 475Neil Patrick 0402 079 322
Keith Philip 02) 9888 1246
David Mayes 0418 220835
Editor and web siteWant to email us?
Paul Baee (0409 131 808) knows all about fixing Rileys. Better still, he is always happy to help, and the parts all come with the advice and encouragement to help you with your repair or restoration. Leave a message and he’ll get back to you.
If you have a Riley, we have the parts and expertise to keep it running well.
Riley Club of NSW http://www.rileys.org.au
Riley Club Riley Club of Queensland www.rileyqld.org.au
Riley Club of SA http://rileysa.org.au
Riley Club of VIC https://rileyvictoria.org
Riley Motor Club of WA http://www.rileywa.org.au/
Riley Club of Queensland Riley Facebook
Riley Club of SA Riley Facebook
Riley Motor Club of WA Riley Facebook
Riley Club of VIC Riley Facebook
RM Club UK Riley Facebook
Riley Motor Club UK http://www.rileymotorclub.org/
RM Club UK– Post war cars http://www.rileyrmclub.org.uk/
Riley Register UK – Pre-war cars http://www.rileyregister.com/
Scottish Riley Enthusiasts Club http://www.sre.gb.com/
Riley Enthusiasts’ Web Site http://www.riley.org.uk/
UK Riley Links http://www.riley.org.uk/links.html
Riley Club Switzerland http://www.riley-club.ch/
Riley Club of New Zealand http://www.rileycarclubnz.co.nz/
Norwegian Riley Register http://www.jarnoey.com/RileyNorgeR.htm
Riley searchable archive http://www.rileymotors.co.uk/index.html
The Riley Motor Club of Australia was started in 1955, and well over 60 years later is still motoring along. Anyone with an interest in Rileys can join the Club.
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